Scott Rowland

Scott Rowland
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Scott has been playing wargames since he was a teen ... and not just ASL. His second favorite system in the Battalion Combat System. He's knowledgeable in WW2 history and brings it with him to the table every time he plays. He works in housing construction and lives in Idaho.

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Second Crack at Caumont (AP32)

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Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Second Crack at Caumont (AP32)
Advanced Squad Leader AAR: Second Crack at Caumont (AP32) Here’s the historical situation: Attacker: Americans - 2nd Battalion, 26th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division / 743rd Tank Battalion Defender: Germans - Panzergrenadier-Regiment 304 / Panzerjäger Bataillon 38, Panzerdivision 2 On June 12th, to expand the Omaha Beach foothold, the 18th and 26th Infantry Regiments of the “Big Red One” launched a morning attack...

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Ambush! (28)

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Advanced Squad Leader AAR - Ambush! (28)
Advanced Squad Leader AAR: Ambush! (28) Here’s the historical situation: Attacker: Bulgarians - 58th Infantry Regiment, 16th Infantry Division Defender: Partisan - Siatista Guerillas After the swift and total Axis victory over Greece, Bulgaria laid claim to Thrace and Macedonia. Throughout the winter of 1941-42, small bandit groups began to emerge as the nucleus of a fledgling resistance movement. On March 29th, two...

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Early Battles (S25)

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Advanced Squad Leader AAR - Early Battles (S25)
Advanced Squad Leader AAR - Early Battles (S25). Here’s the historical situation: Attacker: Germans - 6th Panzer Division Defender: Russians - 2nd Tank Division The Germans, after a week of relatively easy victories, approached a small Lithuanian village amidst the forest. Army Group North was among the first Germans to encounter heavier Russian tanks. These monsters dwarfed the German AFVs, and it was...

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Kawaguchi’s Gamble (S64)

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Advanced Squad Leader AAR - Kawaguchi's Gamble (S64)
Advanced Squad Leader AAR - Kawaguchi's Gamble (S64). Here’s the historical situation: Date: September 9, 1942 Location: Near Henderson Field, Guadalcanal Attacker: Japanese - 1st Battalion, 124th Regiment and 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment Defender: Americans (USMC) - Raider Battalion and Para-marine Battalion Colonel Merritt Edson's command, a composite battalion made up of U.S.M.C. Raiders and Para-marines, had just been ordered to occupy a "quiet area",...

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